Taking stock of President Temer’s economic reforms as Brazil nears the end of its long recession.
The governing coalition is hemorrhaging support and trying desperately to silence any whispers of early elections.
The Spanish government is doing everything it can to thwart Catalonia’s upcoming independence vote. Will it succeed?
The war of words between the United States and North Korea often overlooks the realpolitik reasons behind Kim Jong-un’s behavior.
The Philippine Army is closing in on the last remaining militants in Marawi. But this might not be the last time we see an ISIS-linked group seize territory in restive Mindanao.
The geopolitical world order is being remade under President Trump, but not necessarily in the way he intends. This series takes a region-by-region look at US foreign policy and asks: What does the decline of US power and influence mean for the world?
Brazilians will soon know whether to expect a new round of economic reforms, or a new political vacuum at the highest levels of the republic.
This series will take a country-by-country look at the geopolitical competition between China and Russia in Central Asia.
Angela Merkel is poised to come out on top in next week’s Germany elections, but coalition negotiations will be anything but easy.